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If you drive with no antifreeze in your radiator you could ruin the motor. At a minimum you would probably blow a head gasket. The worse thing that can happen is that the motor will freeze up.
Yes, antifreeze can leak from a water pump gasket.
Antifreeze is composed of mainly ethylene glycol or propylene glycol, both of which are combustible. So yes, antifreeze IS combustible. However, neither of these compounds is very easily ignited. But although it is HIGHLY unlikely that antifreeze could start a fire, antifreeze could be dangerous if it actually gets hot enough to burn (such as in an ongoing structure fire).
Well, you could get a tummy ache or you might choke so...I suggest you don't do that. :)
Thermostats determine when antifreeze enters the main cooling system. If the thermostat isn't working correctly, the antifreeze could enter the engine to late, (or not at all) resulting in an over heating engine. Another problem of having antifreeze enter the engine late, is that if your engine is very hot, possibly a little warmer than common, when the antifreeze enters the engine, the cold fluid could cause the engine block to cool down quickly, causing a cracked engine block.
It definitely isn't good if a cat drinks antifreeze. Even a small amount could damage the cat's organs and possibly give it mental problems. Antifreeze contains ammonia, so naturally attracts animals as it smells like another animal's urine. An animal will naturally sniff or perhaps lick liquids containing ammonia. It is also said that it may taste sweet as well. If you have antifreeze, I advise you keep it sealed tight and out of reach of animals and children. A moderate amount of antifreeze could kill a cat or dog. In fact, this is a big killer of animals.
if it rear air and heat it could be the line carring the antifreeze tho the back heater core.
Antifreeze could be running out often due to a leak. It is important to inspect the radiator for small cracks or smoke.
Could be oil mixing with antifreeze indicating a bad head gasket Are you losing motor oil?
Could be a few things. Does it leak antifreeze? if so, fix the part that leaks. If not, you could have coolant mixing with oil inside the engine, which burns it. check your spark plugs. If they are white, you are probably burning antifreeze - fix immediately. your exhaust will smell "sweet" as well if you are burning antifreeze.
out the tail pipe
check the antifreeze sensor as it could of been damage. or there could be some sort of air in betweenthe antifreeze hoese
My 3.8 Impala had a slight antifreeze smell from the engine compartment, and was much worse at the exhaust It was also missing, the problem was the upper intake plenum. I know that on this motor it is a common problem, and can quickly progress to the point of the car no longer running. You could have a small leak anywhere that is evaporating before it can drip.
It depends on if you see the antifreeze leaking or it is just disappearing. If it is just disappearing then a bad head gasket or cracked head may be the problem. The smoking could actually be vaporized antifreeze. If that is the case don't run it until you can get it fixed.
Though antifreeze products contain ethylene glycol which could cause toxicity if swallowed, it is unlikely that brief and accidental exposure to fumes would result in significant problems as an insufficient amount of the antifreeze would actually be absorbed into the body.
There are several reason why a car might lose antifreeze. The water pump might be bad, one of the radiator hoses could be leaking, the radiator could have a leak, a freeze plug could be leaking, or it could have a blown head gasket.
Could be a cracked head!
it could mean you need a new carburetor
Internal engine antifreeze leak what else could cause besides headgasket? there is no antifreeze in the oil it is clean
Most likely you are burning antifreeze. This could be cause by a leaking head gasket or an intake manifold gasket. This condition needs to be corrected quickly, as it could lead to catastrophic engine failure.
It will contaminate the engine coolant and could change the properties of the antifreeze...you should have the cooling system flushed and refilled at a good repair shop...it is recommended by most car manufacturers that you have the cooling system flushed ever 2 years anyway.
it could be because you have an antifreeze leak and its just steam not smoke
It is possible that the antifreeze is coming from a bad water pump. Clean the engine off. Watch it to see where the antifreeze is leaking from, as it could be a hose instead of the pump.
It could be that the fuel pump is worn and the bearings are loose. If that happens the pump will not be able to function as well when it's cold. It could also be that you have some water in the fuel filter and it's freezing, blocking a large enough surface area of the filter to reduce the fuel flow. If that's the case, try adding a little alcohol to the tank (gas line antifreeze). If that's the problem the alcohol will solve it quickly.